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CBS
Mar 1, 2011 6:00pm PST
on online banking? bank of america customers just got a 48-hour crash course. the risky moves some had to take while the computer was not an option. >> a relatively new supermarket chain is about to open its doors. how you can tell it is listening to its customers. >> the impact broke this and it chipped a lot of the paint. >> as if a costly tow isn't bad enough. this car was also damaged in the process. what we've learned about the company. [ music ] ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the public utilites commission says muni's condition is the . >> state regulators have pomona on the hot seat. the public utilities condition says mun i's condition is the worst among california's transit systems. investigators found a series of violations on the muni line that could pose danger to the safety. they call the accusations overblown and unfair. they are aware of the problems work tirelessly to keep it running. >> fresh and easy executives say american shoppers will find that the stores cater to their needs. ann has a preview of the first store in danville. ann? >> reporter: dana, the fresh even easy is making
CBS
Feb 28, 2011 6:00pm PST
where the last vote to win the america cup is coming ashore. >> you claim you are okay with it. how about cleaning our water supply? bleach? some don't think that's a good idea. i'm mike sugarman and i will tell you why coming up. ,,,,,,,, saved the city of san francisco [ music ] >> time to call in mr. clean. you see, it turns out low-flow toilets have saved the city of san francisco a lot of water, but they are causing a stink in the city sewers. mark sugarman gets to the bottom of it. mike? >> reporter: well, it's sodium hypochloride. it's bleach. and san francisco wants to spend a ton of dough to put it in the water system to clean the water and make things smell better. but some people think a lot of it will end up in the bay. will it? san francisco is a beautiful place. but some parts stink. >> number two. >> poop. it smelled like poop. >> reporter: in some parts of the city, you don't even have to be near a storm drain. >> it's crap, what do you think it smells like? >> reporter: particularly on hot days, some neighborhoods smell bad, bad, bad. >> every city with a sewer syst
CBS
Mar 14, 2011 6:00pm PDT
: allen, a pretty tense scene behind me. you can see the bank of america. that is at sanford. and there you see the officers. in fact, officers have sounded this bank of america. the situation started at around 4:30 this afternoon. the bay city news quoting zanata a community service officer with the police said that there were employees inside the bank, but they have been evacuated. and right now we understand that a gunman is still inside the bank. and we understand a negotiation is underway with that gunman. i talked to several people out here along here who told me that ultimately they have been talked to by the police. they have been pushed back one block, two blocks. and they have been told along the way that he is armed. so they are assuming that means the man who is inside the bank is armed. that appears to square away with what the police are saying right now. we don't know what the situation is right now, whether the communication is continuing or whether the man has stopped communicating. we will have to sort of pick back up on the story and talk to the police a bi
CBS
Mar 28, 2011 6:00pm PDT
not yet inked a deal with the city to build the proposed $937 million project next to the america's theme park. >> we have essentially handed the $49ers $4.5 million but there is not a signature on any contract anywhere. >> reporter: they are working out the details of a complex financing plan and yes, the deal could fall through. >> there is not enough money to pay our workers what we did last year but there is enough money to pay the 49ers to build this stadium and that's just wrong. >> reporter: the city officials say the improvements they are making now won't go to waste. >> this is normal business that the city would do any company that moved into here that was building the site on city property. >> reporter: the city says it plans to spend between $700 and $800 of that $4.5 million this year alone on site improvements. but dana the city's full commitment is not yet known because there is no firm deal yet anyway. >> len ramirez, thank you. >>> it was a special edition but not one you would want to collect. what investigators have to say about the bizarre case of an exploding newspape
CBS
Mar 29, 2011 6:00pm PDT
homeowners will be at america less city council this evening as the city prepares a resolution to declare an emergency that may open the funding for an emergency. >> i don't think it is fair for the homeowners to take on the benefit of a landslide. that was never anything that the sales people talked about. >> they expect to have perhaps some public comment on it. there is a question if they can do anything even if they have an emergency declaration. >> don nap, thank you for that. the slide problems don't end in hercules. there is also trouble just west of morgan hill tonight. and len ramirez gives us a closer look there. >> reporter: even the big machines of the county road crew look small in comparison to the massive slides blocking the hill. the road into the canyon here goes up about five mills but there is a 200-foot gap in it right now. volunteer firefighter carl taylor's son lives on the other side of the slide in a remote enabled now practically isolated for days. the slide made the only road into the area impassable. >>> he sent me a text last night and he was out of propane and
CBS
Mar 23, 2011 6:00pm PDT
they interacted and how the columbian mammoth went extinct. >> day five of america's involvement in libya. so how does the country feel about it? the sharp divisions among the american public and american politicians. >> there was warning for the mainland of japan before the strongest shaking hit anywhere onshore. >> wouldn't that be nice here? the technology and money needed to give californians a little warning before the big one strikes. >>> and this, tick tick tick tick, is bridging the hemispheres. >> veterans trapped by the horrors of war. how a bay area woman is helping some of them find peace. ,,,, caitlin: i was diagnosed with scoliosis. when you're 16, nobody wants to go through back surgery. my doctor has letters and pictures of other kids who've gone through the same thing on his walls and that really helped me not be as scared. i'm not worried about my back anymore. i wanna do that again! announcer: at sutter health, our story is you. for more stories, visit sutterhealth.org. anno♪ cer: at sutter health, our story is you. ♪ hello sunshine ♪ sweet as you can be ♪ i love waking
CBS
Mar 10, 2011 6:00pm PST
from one of america's biggest banks. >> and it has a lot of people saying something like this. >> it is our money. they use that money to make money. >> yes, they do. and now they want to limit your access to your money. why you may find yourself swiping your debit card several times just for one purchase. >>> i'm len ramirez in san jose. wait until you hear what the mayor of san jose wants to put on ebay. find out why some people think it is an idea that is bound to go up in smoke. >>> and it is about that time of year. why some californians may find themselves paying backtaxes on their pot. trial. >>> this probably won't come as a big shock to you. a judge has ordered robert rizo to stand trial. the former bell city manager will be tried on 50 counts of miss appropriation of public funds, conflict of interest and false records. he is the ringleader that took over 5.5 million from the town. >>> putting strict limits on how customers use their debit cards. julie watts on our consumerwatch explains it is really a fight over bank fees. >> reporter: the merchant pays what's known
CBS
Mar 21, 2011 6:00pm PDT
. >>> and then there is the world's newss hot spot. just what is the game plan and the exit strategy for america's military intervention in libya? >> we have had decades of neighborhood blithe, of vacant buildings and unemployment. >> the same old story on fridays's mid market street. can it be saved by twitter? why the critics say it is not worth the price. >> it is a rule of nature. you don't decide when vegetables reach the peak of persian. the vegetables do. at green giant we pick vegetables only when they are perfect and freeze them fast so they are as nutrition as fresh. [ male announcer ] old el paso. hard and soft tacos. ♪ feed your fiesta. they were thrilled. she's a natural vibrato. oh. we started saving for this music camp in vermont. so i told them about some of the wells fargo online savings tools like my savings plan, which helps them set up and monitor a savings goal. until we found out that maybe her teacher uses certain terms a little bit loosely. rebecca is clearly very gifted. [ banker ] we decided to roll that money into ashley's college account. turns out there's seven gifted kids in
CBS
Mar 30, 2011 6:00pm PDT
celebrate baconalia! only at denny's. america's diner is always open. nearby homes. authorities >>> a county's rising water levels on the san joaquin river are threatening nearby homes. authorities are asking 125 residents of four r.v. parks in newman to evacuate voluntaryly but most are refusing to go. a shelter was set up in patterson but last night it was empty. the rain plus snow runoff is keeping the river high and it is expected to stay that way for at least five more days. >>> another big danger lingering from the recent storms. landslides, several slides in recent weeks have already forced people out of their homes. len ramirez on why one expert says more may be on their way. len? >> reporter: well, ken, the landslides are popping up all over the bay area right now including this one behind me here. just off sierra road in the east foothills of san jose. now, fortunately this slide which you can see here the earth just broke away and is going downhill in several spots there. this slide is in an area that is unpopulated but that is not the case with another slide in the almadden valle
CBS
Mar 15, 2011 6:00pm PDT
to continue and strengthen america's nuclear industry. >> reporter: meanwhile a rescue where they pulled a man out of a collapsed building 96 hours after the earthquake hit. and american workers worked for others who may have survived. >> if you can hear me knock three times. >> reporter: however, many more victims have been found dead. the death toll from thursday's 9.0 earthquake and tsunami has risen to more than 3300. in washington, i'm samantha hayes. >>> the crisis in japan again shook the financial markets worldwide today. alexis christofers on which industries are taking the biggest hit. >> reporter: the arrows are pointing lower on wall street as the stock market watches japan grapple with a nuclear crisis. the dow dropped triple digits while investors monitor the headlines about radiation leaks from japan's crippled power plants. but while they are worried, traders say they are not in panic mode. >> overall not enough to decimate this market or to undermine the recovery that we are experiencing at the moment. >> reporter: japan suffered a much bigger drop. the stock market tumbled fo
CBS
Mar 16, 2011 6:00pm PDT
with the camera to take a look at this. wow. from the trans-america building. down from the average high of 63 degrees. we had 64 degrees in santa cruz. if you're out and about this evening we are still in the 50s to 60 degrees. mostly cloudy skies. it looks like with the cloud cover. temperature wise 35 degrees throughout the tri-valley. 36 in santa rosa. mid-40s around the basin. winds breezy out of the northwest 10 to 20. dialpac dialpac to -- dial back to 5 miles per hour. we have a slight chance of a shower on tuesday. it is friday when we will expect a half an inch of rain in the south bay to 2 inches of rain in the north bay. the winds up to 45 miles per hour. and snow down to 3000 feet by friday night in throughout our local mountains. now, meanwhile the national weather service has already announced a high surf advisory will go into effect on friday as some of these waves built up to 16 feet. pretty powerful system and it will take awhile to move out of the bay area as well. we will show you that seven-day forecast but meanwhile tomorrow with the mostly cloudy skies and a little hint
CBS
Mar 2, 2011 6:00pm PST
seeds when cooked. ancient south america. it is getting popular now thanks to its high nutritional content. >> reporter: move over blueberries, spinach and salmon. >> a lot of people do not know about it quinoa. they pronounce it wrong. >> reporter: they have known about it for years but now it is going main stream and becoming a popular item in chain grocery stores. >> people are catching on. >> reporter: it is a unique complete carb. >> it is a super food. >> reporter: it has the same kind of super charged protein found in meat and eggs but in a healthier form. >> i think this is great if it has all the proteins in it. >> reporter: loaded with vitamins, minerals and fiber which is especially good for dieters to keep you fuller longer. >> you will love how quickly it cooks. versatile. easy. and it is a staple that your whole family will enjoy. >> reporter: it tastes sort of like a nutty bland rice that takes on the flavor of whatever you mix it with. but one thing. the calories. a quarter cup uncooked contains 270-calories. it is get to add it to the mix. >> better than what mike
CBS
Mar 7, 2011 6:00pm PST
into the bay area's sports hall of fame coming up? [ music ] a ,,,,,,,,,,,, bay area. . >>> america's longest war has claimed another soldier from the bay area. husband and father, army staff sergeant mark wells of san jose died in afghanistan on saturday. he leaves behind a son and a pregnant wife. his family says that he stepped on a hidden bomb while dissarming another improvised explosive device. the 31-year-old used to play the bagpipes at funerals of fellow soldiers. wells attended lee high school. >>> libyan war planes blasted rebel positions across libya in the second day of a crackdown aimed at stopping the insurgent's advance. but the white house is warning libya that the u.s. and its allies are considering their military options. >> reporter: rebel forces are trying to hold their ground, fighting off continued attacks by libyan government war planes. the opposition has managed to keep control of the oil port town. but closer to the capitol, soldiers have pushed the rebels out. the opposition are having trouble maintaining supply lines for food and weapons and outgunned by gadhafi's
CBS
Mar 9, 2011 6:00pm PST
dances of north america 3. but the list also has things like deduction to statistics and math 19, calculus. >> that is not a simple class. >> reporter: the university officials say the list was compiled by the athletic academic resource center for ease of scheduling not as a fast pass or an easy a for these. >> there are typical stanford classes available to all of our students. these aren't singled out in anyway. >> reporter: the report was first published by california watch and reported by stanford investigative journal ism students. >> i am a ta for the beginning improvising class. >> reporter: other students including a teaching assistant for one of the courses on the list disputes the idea that the classes are filled with these. >> my class only has one athlete in it. >> reporter: the issue is a sensitive one for the university which prides itself on having top these in the field and also top students in the classroom. burke sims a sophomore swimmer says he has not been pushed to take any of the classes on the list. >> reporter: are they easy class inside. >> i actually don
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